Gary Hart Shoot Interview DVD-R - RF Video

Gary Hart Shoot Interview DVD-R - RF Video

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    Take a wonderful trip down memory lane with this shoot interview with one of wrestling's all time greatest managers, Playboy Gary Hart. An underrated booker, Hart earned his chops in wrestling working for Fritz Von Erich's World Class promotion and helped make that Texas territory one of the most exciting in wrestling history. Seeing everything first hand, Hart talked about all the big angles- including the night Terry Gordy slammed the cage door on Kerry Von Erich along with the hair match between the Von Erichs and Gino Hernandez and Chris Adams- and all the heartbreaking stories of the era. This is the perfect supplement for anyone who enjoyed the Heroes of World Class DVD.

    Gary gives one of the most in-depth accounts of World Class on record and went into great detail on the lives, and passings, of each Von Erich. Emotionally powerful, this is a must-watch for any diehard fan of the Von Erichs, World Class, or the wrestling business in general. The information Hart gives just on the television production alone is invaluable as World Class was leaps and bounds ahead of the curve when it came to presentation. This is one shoot you will not want to miss!

    Hart certainly didn't leave out anything from his legendary WCW run including working with Sting, Great Muta, Terry Funk, and Lex Luger, among others. This is the one shoot where J-Tex finally gets its due! Old school wrestling fans are going to want to drop whatever they are doing and watch this shoot interview immediately as Gary Hart has seen it all and is one of the few who are still here to talk about it. Bill Watts. Jim Barnett. Paul Boesch. Bruiser Brody. Hart even worked for Court Bauer's MLW! Like we said, we covered EVERYTHING. Don't miss out on one of RF VIDEO's most important releases of the year!

    Howd you break into the business
    How did the change come about from wrestler to manager
    Do you think your experiences as a wrestler helped you become a great manager
    What did you like or dislike about the change
    Memories of some of the early promoters you worked for
    Who gave you the name Playboy
    Memories working for Angelo Poffo
    How did you wind up working for Burt Ruby
    Memories of a young George Steele
    Initial impressions of the Sheik
    How far did he go to protect his character
    Did he work some of the green guys
    Memories of matches with him and Mark Lewin
    Initial impressions of Mark
    Did you pattern your style as a manager after anyone or anything
    Could you make a fulltime living in the days of the territories as a manager
    Did the boys back then see managers on a lower tier
    From Detroit how did you wind up in Amarillo
    Memories of Dory Sr
    Did you like the territory
    Who did you manage there
    Memories of managing a young Dusty Rhodes
    Did you think hed make it
    Initial impressions of Dory Jr and Terry
    How come you stopped working for Paul Boesch around this time
    How did you wind up meeting Fritz Von Erich
    Initial impressions of Fritz
    How did your first run with Fritz end
    How much of a student of the business had you become by this point
    Was there anyone you saw up to this point in your career you knew would make it big
    Is it true in Amarillo you were given the name Gay Gary
    How did you wind up back in Detroit
    Did you like moving around


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    5 out of 55 out of 55 out of 55 out of 55 out of 5 One of the Best, 2.11.2009
    Reviewer: Jason Schlecht (Kelso, WA)

    Really good interview! I only wished it had lasted another two hours!